Topic for us to all add our examples of WebCoRE pistons. Please add as you see fit.
This example is for saving illuminance levels to a global piston.
The second picture is the piston to use the stored variable (and includes time of day for this):
This is an example of reporting battery levels to a push notification when the level for any device drops below x
This is an example of a bedtime routine.
When the TV, Sonos soundbar and Sonos Connect:AMP are not on and there is motion in the upstairs Philips Hue, turn off all lights (apart from upstairs hall light), turn on the bedroom Sonos Play 1 at a low level for 1 hour. Alternatively, if the routine Good Night is run, perform the same actions:
This is an example of a mode switcher. This is great for changing to a weekend mode setting on a Friday evening to determine upstairs hall lights should dim low at a later time (great for when kiddies are around and mid week you want the lights to drop level to 5% earlier than on a weekend):
This piston is good for a welcome home message to be played on a speaker such as a Sonos:
Here is the new version that I’m using to play a welcome home greeting:
Curious what your Naughty mode does…
Lol - it’s for when in the hot tub and kids are moving upstairs - lights flash to let us know kiddies are up and might need seeing to
Is webcore stable/usable now?
Not really, no
lol your under selling yourself @ady624 considering this is alpha stage. It works very well. Although I was surprised that some have deleted CoRE already
Hawks man, hawks, CoRE didn’t yet cool down and they dumped the body already…
Once you go WebCoRE, you cannot go back to CoRE anymore! Period…
Pffft…who would do that?
Also, here’s a piston that dims lights up from a specified starting point to 100% over the course of 30 minutes at sunrise, and dims them back down again to the specified level over 30 minutes at sunset. It does the incrementing in a variable, so if the lights are off during the adjustment period, they will catch up next time they turn on. It also allows for a manual override of sorts, where you can set a manual level and it will stay there until the lights are turned off and then back on.
ME! but I did save all pistons just in case.
I think he was trying to mask the fact that he did too…